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Courses for Environmental Design

Environmental Design Professional Training Program
1Specialty foundational Courses
A total credits of 51including 51 for compulsory courses0 for distributional electives and 0 for free electives
Students will be required to study the following compulsory modules:





CODECOURSE NAMECREDITSSEMESTERDIRECTOR
DESI003912Introduction to design2creditsSemester 1HU JIANZHONG
DESI009312Graphic design4creditsSemester 1LI YING
DESI011212Photography foundation4creditsSemester 1LIN MAO
DESI004012Design basis4creditsSemester 1XU XIAOFEI
DESI011312Design thinking and expression4creditsSemester 2WANG WEI
DESI011412Form creative4creditsSemester 2XU XIAOFEI
DESI008012Creative programming and design4creditsSemester 2WANG YUFENG
DESI011512Modern design history C2creditsSemester 2ZHANG JIAN
DESI001912Building design4creditsSemester 3XU XIAOFEI
DESI002612Space design foundation and architectural drawing4creditsSemester 3ZHOU HUAYI
DESI011612Design procedures and performance3creditsSemester 3WANG YUFENG
DESI011712History of Chinese architecture3creditsSemester 3ZHANG JIAN
DESI003512Ergonomics and furniture design4creditsSemester 3XIANG LIXING
DESI007512Decorative materials and construction2creditsSemester 4ZHANG SONG
DESI014412Building space combination and model production3creditsSemester 6XU XIAOFEI
2SSpecialized Core Course
A total credits of 51,including 51 for compulsory courses,0 for distributional electives and 0 for free electives
Students will be required to study the following compulsory modules:
CODECOURSE NAMECREDITSSEMESTERDIRECTOR
DESI002312landscape design I4creditsSemester 4WANG WEI
DESI002412landscape design Ⅱ4creditsSemester 5TANG LIYING

landscape design Ⅲ4creditsSemester 6WANG WEI
DESI014812landscape design Ⅳ4creditsSemester 7TANG LIYING
DESI005212Interior design I4creditsSemester 4ZHANG SONG
DESI005312Interior design Ⅱ4creditsSemester 5XIANG LIXING
DESI005412Interior design Ⅲ4creditsSemester 6HU JIANZHONG

Interior design Ⅳ4creditsSemester 7XU XIAOFEI
DESI014512Display design4creditsSemester 6LIU YONGLI
DESI012412Digital design technology3creditsSemester 4XU XIAOFEI

World architectural decoration style and genre3creditsSemester 4LIU YONGLI
DESI012512Service design3creditsSemester 5LIN MAO
DESI012612Virtual reality and scene design3creditsSemester 5WANG YUFENG
DESI012712Social innovation design3creditsSemester 6XU XIAOFEI
3、Practice Courses
A total credits of 15including 15 for compulsory courses0 for distributional electives and 0 for free electives
Students will be required to study the following compulsory modules:
CODECOURSE NAMECREDITSSEMESTERDIRECTOR
DESI002813Art sketching practice1creditsShort Semester 1XIANG LIXING
DESI010613Art investigation and innovative design practice2creditsShort Semester 2HU JIANZHONG
DESI004113Design understanding and research2creditsShort Semester 3XU XIAOFEI
DESI000313Graduation project (thesis)8creditsSemester 8HU JIANZHONG


1Specialty foundational Courses


Introduction






Introduction to Design


The course teaches the comprehensive concept of design, including what design is, the multiple characteristics of design (art, technology and economy), the complex connection between design and culture and history, the ethical issues and methods of design, the commonality and characteristics of knowledge and skills of multi-professional designers, and the improvement of cognition of design under the background of cross-professional knowledge.
Graphic  Design


Graphic design is one of the required courses on the basis of design discipline. Graphics is a kind of design language, is the carrier of information transmission, the use of visual symbols to express thoughts and feelings of the graphical method, it involves all aspects of art design. Through systematic training in cognition and methods of patterns and graphics, this course aims to improve students' ability to discover and solve problems, cultivate students' ability of creative design thinking and visual language expression, and master innovative thinking and methods of cross-domain design application of new media, so as to achieve the purpose of rapid transmission and communication through graphics language.
The main content of the course: It mainly teaches modern graphic design from the aspects of graphic cognition, graphic thinking, graphic semantics, graphic design principles, graphic functions, graphic basic modeling elements, graphic design expression and so on. Cultivate students' basic understanding and interpretation ability of visual elements, and lay a foundation for students' future design creation.
Photography Basics
The teaching of photography basic courses focuses on the fundamentals of photography and the entire process of image creation, comprehensively and systematically learning relevant professional knowledge and skills. Through digital media technology and the combination of artistic concepts and digital technology, practical creation and research are conducted on the language of static and dynamic video related images, cultivating the creative ability of independent photography, photography, editing, and synthesis of film and television works. The course systematically studies imaging science and art theory, mastering the necessary basic theoretical knowledge of photography aesthetics, photography and photography technology, image post-processing technology, and other image production industries, and mastering the basic photography and photography technology in conjunction with design and media art majors.
The course features three stages: technical foundation, practical creation, and creative development, allowing students to participate, collaborate and innovate with both creative and practical ability.
Design Besic
Design Besic is one of the basic courses of specialty, the purpose of which is to make students establish correct body, color concept and deep understanding of the concept of composition, to train students' creative thinking and to cultivate students' spatial imagination ability. Through the training of plane, color and composition in space, students are required to master the basic principles and application rules of formal language and color, to improve the cognitive and judgment ability of vision, to strengthen the visual expression ability and color application ability of discovering, perceiving and creating constituent forms, to cultivate students' basic understanding and understanding ability of visual elements, and to lay a foundation for students' design and creation in the future. Main contents of the course It includes explaining the relationship between composition form and nature, inspiring students to observe, discovering the form language of nature, and summarizing and summarizing it from the composition form of nature. The effect of composition form in the thought and emotional expression is introduced from the art form, and the close relationship between the composition form and the design expression is analyzed and the composition language and the form rule are master. The course unit is divided into two parts, three sections: The first part consists of plane and color, with five weeks and 40 hours; The second part is the basic application in space, the class hours are three weeks, 24 class hours.
Design Thinking and Expression
“Design Thinking and Expression” is a compulsory basic course in the first year of undergraduate design education, which plays a supporting role in the cultivation of professional basic theories and basic skills.
This course takes a global perspective and applies systematic thinking to comprehensively introduce the relevant content of design thinking and expression, including: basic theories and knowledge of design thinking, design thinking methods and tools, problem definition and insight, creative generation and sketch design, prototype production and testing, team cooperation and communication, etc.
Through the study and practice of this course, students will be able to understand the concept, history, and current situation of design thinking, master the process, framework, methods, and related tools of design thinking, and be able to use these methods and tools to solve practical problems and challenges, improve their comprehensive ability to discover, analyze, and solve problems, enhance innovative thinking, and also improve team cooperation and communication skills, cultivate students' love for their motherland Loving and dedicated, with a broad international perspective, as well as an attitude of self-learning and sustainable development.
Form Creativity
The mastery of form and the ability to innovate in the field of design are core competencies within the discipline. As a foundational course in the design curriculum, this course places emphasis on cultivating students' perception, understanding, creative, and expressive abilities regarding form. Building upon knowledge from related courses, the curriculum progressively deepens students' comprehension of form. More importantly, the course integrates elements such as humanities and technology into form education. This approach enables students, who have already acquired proficiency in designing form elements, to scrutinize and comprehend form from a broader perspective, facilitating the exploration of creative form design. The ultimate aim is to effectively nurture students' capacity for innovative form design.
The course will predominantly explore teaching through the following aspects:
Form and Emotion: Form is a pivotal expressive language in design, and emotion is a crucial content. Understanding the inherent connection between form and various emotions is essential; it is also the key by which designers infuse vitality into their creations.
Form and Function: Form, in the designer's mind, is intrinsically linked to function. Achieving harmony between form and function is a central aspect of form design. The course will aid students in comprehending the relationship between form and function, laying a strong foundation for their future professional pursuits.
Form and Culture: Form itself is an external manifestation of spirit, thus capable of carrying cultural essence. Knowledge of relevant cultures enhances the cultural value of creative form ideas.
Form and Science: Science and technology significantly influence form. For instance, changes in data directly impact form. Extracting inspiration from science is a vital source for form creativity.
Form and Technology: The course itself will adapt to changes in design technology, guiding students to employ novel and distinctive modes of expression in their explorations of creative form design.
Form and Expression: Expression is the backbone of design education. Proficient expression is necessary to convey the intrinsic significance of form and enable it to function as an effective tool for communication with the external world.
The course will adhere to three instructional approaches: inheritance, exploration, and connection. It will inherit design methods related to form elements, explore both internal and external forms of creative form concepts, and establish a connection with the requirements of professional design practice.
Creative programming and Design
This course is a basic course for art and design majors. It mainly introduces the basic principles, algorithms, processes and tools of design artists using programming methods to create various design creative works. Students will learn the basic knowledge and development process of creative programming, understand the design mode, classical algorithm and implementation mechanism widely used in creative programming works, and be able to flexibly use the technical framework of creative programming such as Arduino, processing and p5js. Through this course, students will learn to create various creative interactive device works including interactive graphics and intelligent hardware, so as to lay a solid foundation for subsequent research and practice in the fields of digital media art, information design, interactive design and intelligent design.
History of Modern Design C
History of Modern Design is a required professional theory course for first-year undergraduate students in the category of design science. It is an independent and complete course, which helps to lay a solid foundation for students in the cultivation of professional theory and basic skills.
This course is dedicated to the study of design origin, design history, design trend and its laws, which has very important theoretical guiding significance for design practice. First of all, through the occurrence and development of modern design and the analysis and teaching of designers' works since the Industrial Revolution, students can have a preliminary understanding of the development clues of human beings in the history of creation and the aesthetic styles of various movements. Secondly, through the study of this course, students can master the history of the development of modern design in the world, understand the objective laws of the development of modern design, understand the basic knowledge in the field of modern design, master the knowledge of modern design works and historical and cultural background. Finally, the aim is to broaden students' vision of design, improve their artistic quality and aesthetic ability, make theoretical preparation for the opening of other professional courses of design major, and promote the all-round development of students' quality.
Building design
This course is a compulsory professional course for undergraduate students majoring in environmental design. It serves as an introduction to design and a foundation stage for the series of courses in architectural design. The mission of this course is to train students in small-scale architectural design projects based on the knowledge they have already learned in relevant design courses. This will further enhance their understanding of the relationship between human-space-environment and gradually develop their awareness of functionality, spatiality, and environmental considerations. Students will learn to apply design thinking to address the relationship between human-space-environment and acquire a solid understanding of design principles, procedures, and methods. This course aims to enhance the cognition of environmental design majors towards space and environment, consolidate their skills in architectural drawing, and lay a solid foundation for future courses in interior design and landscape design.
Space design foundation and architectural drawing
"Spatial Design Foundation and Architectural Drawing" is one of the basic courses of environmental design major. It is an entry course before entering the core series of professional courses, and plays a supporting role in the cultivation of professional basic theory and basic skills. The main purpose is to cultivate students 'ability of drawing, reading and drawing in spatial design, and cultivate students' spatial cognition and accurate design drawings. The main contents of the course include the basic concepts of space design, the basis of architectural drawing and their standards.
At the same time, this course makes students understand the basic concept and content of environmental design, preliminary grasp the relationship between space design and people, preliminary solve the logical relationship between the space design and use people demand, the purpose in the space, behavior, psychological needs, students will get the opportunity to lay a solid foundation in the field of environmental design, and the study and work for the future to lay a good foundation.
Design procedures and performance
Design procedures and performance is a basic compulsory course for undergraduates majoring in environmental art design.
Design program and performance is a compulsory basic course for undergraduates majoring in environmental art design. The design process includes many important links, such as design research, analysis and clarification of user needs, creative design thinking, scheme design, construction drawing design, design evaluation, etc. Different professional expressions are required in different links to cultivate students' professional skills, observation and practical abilities. And have a clear, accurate, scientific expression of design intentions and can communicate well with customers.
The course will integrate design procedures with expression. Through learning, students will understand the design process, master the procedures and methods of environmental space design, and combine the practical training of expression to understand the basic characteristics and phenomena of different development periods of design, master the composition relationship of design graphics, colors and shapes, and master the way of thinking and creation of design and creation.
History of Chinese architecture
Chinese architectural history is a basic course of environmental art design major.
Through learning, students can understand the form, structure and evolution of architecture, and understand the main social functions of architecture under certain historical conditions. Such as: In the section of Chinese architectural history, to study the development of Chinese architectural system and the basic structure, characteristics and practices of ancient Chinese wooden architecture. To learn the structural forms of palaces, temples, religions and other buildings, as well as the specific practices of large wooden works, small wooden works, painting, painting and other works in the qing dynasty. To understand the urban planning and urban construction of modern China.From the historical process of architectural development, we will find the cultural connotation and artistic essence of various ethnic groups and historical periods in China, and open up a broader spatial and temporal field for design thinking.
Ergonomics and furniture design
Ergonomics and furniture design are a compulsory basic course for undergraduate students majoring in environmental design. It is the course system in the field of environmental design that has the closest connection between theory and practice, and plays a supporting role in the cultivation of professional basic theories and basic skills. This course stands at the height of integration and applies systematic thinking to comprehensively introduce the entire process of ergonomics and home design. It systematically elaborates on the basic theories and design methods of ergonomics and home design, discusses the relationship between people, objects, and the environment, and scientifically organizes teaching methods and processes. It has strong theoretical and practical significance.

This course enables students to master the complete process of conceptual design, scheme adjustment, 3D modeling, and 3D printing in ergonomics and furniture design. By utilizing human body data, furniture structure, and creative methods in a reasonable manner, and utilizing 3D modeling and 3D printing techniques, students can form a human object experience, enabling them to discover, analyze, and solve problems. To lay a solid foundation for future professional interior design courses.
Decorative materials and construction
The course of Decorative Materials and Construction is a compulsory basic course for undergraduate students majoring in environmental design. It is the course system in the field of environmental design that has the closest connection between theory and practice, and plays a supporting role in the cultivation of professional basic theories and basic skills. This course integrates research, practice, and creativity, encouraging students to explore the diverse uses of humans in various environments. This course emphasizes speculation, analysis, and rigor, requiring students to respond autonomously and critically to various aspects of design. Students practice design by modifying existing structures, creating temporary installations, and conducting permanent interventions, while utilizing space, objects, and materials to construct and convey specific spatial characteristics. These practical projects aim to explore and convey people's specific needs and experiences of space.

This course enables students to master the complete process of conceptual design, scheme adjustment, three-dimensional structural model, and material application of decorative materials and structural design. They can use decorative materials, structural structures, and creative methods in a reasonable manner, and combine decorative materials and structures to equip students with the ability to discover, analyze, and solve problems. To lay a solid foundation for future professional interior design courses.
Building space combination and model production
Architectural Model Fabrication and Technology is a specialized basic course of environmental design major. It aims at cultivating students’ understanding ability that shifts from the planar drawings to space shaping and improving their comprehensive understanding and knowledge of the relations among space, volume, material, texture, and color through hands-on operation.
The course mainly covers the purpose and significance of architectural models, the fabrication requirements of architectural models, and the materials, tools, methods and procedures of model fabrication, etc.
2Specialized Core Course
Introduction

landscape design I
"Landscape Design I" is a compulsory course for undergraduate students majoring in Environmental Design. As the introductory course to the series of Landscape Design I, II, III, IV courses, it plays a supportive role in the development of professional foundational theories and basic skills. The courses align with national strategies and industrial development, centering on concepts of ecological civilization, cultural confidence, transportation development, integrated tourism, park cities, and rural revitalization. Firmly believing that “green mountains and clear waters are invaluable assets,” it transforms beautiful habitat design into impactful vessels for shifting urban and rural ecological, humanistic, economic and lifestyle values. The course energetically explores transitioning from “spatial construction” to “scene construction”, aspiring to craft poetic, human-centric living landscapes.
"Landscape Design I" is a mandatory course for undergraduate students majoring in environmental design. As an introductory course in the Landscape Design I, II, III, IV series, it plays a supporting role in establishing a professional foundation theory and cultivating basic skills. The main goal of this course is to cultivate students' ability to analyze and design small-scale landscape sites. By taking a comprehensive view and using systemic thinking, the course introduces the professional foundation knowledge in the field of landscape design, including but not limited to botany, geomorphology, landscape materials and structures, landscape aesthetics, landscape ecology, and environmental behavioral psychology.
In addition, the course aims to familiarize students with the basic theories and methods of landscape design, as well as grasp the basic concepts and principles of landscape design. Through course learning, students will enhance their creative thinking and observational abilities, improve their landscape design skills and artistic appreciation. Furthermore, the course also fosters students' teamwork and communication skills, as well as problem-solving abilities. By studying "Landscape Design I," students will have the opportunity to establish a solid foundation in the field of landscape design and lay a good foundation for future learning and work.
landscape design Ⅱ
"Landscape Design II" is a compulsory course for undergraduate students majoring in Environmental Design. As one of the courses in the Landscape Design I, II, III, IV series, it plays an important role in building upon previous knowledge and paving the way for further study. The courses align with national strategies and industrial development, centering on concepts of ecological civilization, cultural confidence, transportation development, integrated tourism, park cities, and rural revitalization. Firmly believing that “green mountains and clear waters are invaluable assets,” it transforms beautiful habitat design into impactful vessels for shifting urban and rural ecological, humanistic, economic and lifestyle values. The course energetically explores transitioning from “spatial construction” to “scene construction”, aspiring to craft poetic, human-centric living landscapes.
This course focuses on cultivating students' understanding, analysis, and design abilities of medium-scale landscapes. In this course, students will receive comprehensive training in design thinking. They will enhance their cognitive abilities of "beauty, aesthetics, and the practice of beauty" through landscape site research. By engaging in landscape design projects, students will improve their ability to identify, analyze, and solve problems. Through the creation of beautiful and pleasant landscape design proposals combining virtual and reality, students' innovative potential will be continuously stimulated. They will be able to conduct creative environmental landscape research and design practices independently and proactively.
At the same time, the course is committed to nurturing future-oriented individuals who are guided by the ecological concept of "green waters and green mountains are as valuable as mountains of gold and silver." Sustainable design will be emphasized. Students will develop a stronger sense of identification with the construction of a "Beautiful China" in the new era, establish self-confidence, and cultivate a sense of pride. The course aims to foster a landscape design value system centered around the people and an unwavering commitment to hard work. It also aims to cultivate the habit of lifelong learning, internalize knowledge of humanities and arts, and elevate ethical sentiments.
landscape design
"Landscape Design III" is a compulsory course for undergraduate students majoring in Environmental Design. As one of the courses in the Landscape Design I, II, III, IV series, it plays an important role in building upon previous knowledge and paving the way for further study. The courses align with national strategies and industrial development, centering on concepts of ecological civilization, cultural confidence, transportation development, integrated tourism, park cities, and rural revitalization. Firmly believing that “green mountains and clear waters are invaluable assets,” it transforms beautiful habitat design into impactful vessels for shifting urban and rural ecological, humanistic, economic and lifestyle values. The course energetically explores transitioning from “spatial construction” to “scene construction”, aspiring to craft poetic, human-centric living landscapes.
This course focuses on cultivating students' landscape cognition, analysis, and design abilities in larger-scale sites. In this course, students will learn the basic concepts, fundamental theories, principles, and methods of park landscape design, including overall design, terrain shaping, plant configuration, road and path design, etc. Students will learn how to make rational design decisions based on the needs of park users and site characteristics in order to create aesthetically pleasing, comfortable, and well-functioning park environments. Through this course, students will understand the history and development of park landscape design, become familiar with relevant laws, regulations, and standards, and master the skills of using professional software for park landscape design. The course will also guide students in conducting field investigations and case analysis, and through simulated projects and design practices, enhance students' design abilities and innovative thinking.
landscape design Ⅳ
"Landscape Design IV" is a compulsory course for undergraduate students majoring in Environmental Design. The course, as the final part of the Landscape Design I, II, III, IV series, emphasizes practical application, project management, sustainable development, and teamwork. It aims to cultivate landscape design professionals with comprehensive abilities, contributing to the creation of beautiful and livable urban-rural environments. The courses align with national strategies and industrial development, centering on concepts of ecological civilization, cultural confidence, transportation development, integrated tourism, park cities, and rural revitalization. Firmly believing that “green mountains and clear waters are invaluable assets,” it transforms beautiful habitat design into impactful vessels for shifting urban and rural ecological, humanistic, economic and lifestyle values. The course energetically explores transitioning from “spatial construction” to “scene construction”, aspiring to craft poetic, human-centric living landscapes.
This course mainly teaches knowledge related to landscape engineering. The course combines theoretical knowledge with practical application, helping students apply landscape design principles and techniques to real projects. Through practical experience, students can better understand design concepts and exercise their problem-solving abilities. The course focuses on cultivating students' project management and execution abilities. Students will learn management skills such as project planning, budget estimation, construction supervision, and quality control, in order to effectively organize and coordinate the implementation of landscape engineering projects. In the course, students will explore how to integrate sustainable development concepts into the design and implementation process. They will learn how to maximize resource conservation, reduce environmental impact, and promote ecological restoration and protection. The course will also develop students' teamwork and communication skills, enabling them to effectively collaborate with people from different professional backgrounds to achieve successful project implementation.
Interior design I
"Interior Design I" is one of the professional core courses of environmental design major. As an introductory course of interior Design I,, and series, it plays a supporting role in the establishment of the professional basic theory and the cultivation of basic skills. Interior design series course from shallow deep system expounds the interior design "art + engineering + business + culture + science" systematic and cross, facing the future wisdom of urban and rural environment construction and industrial development demand, explore the good living environment of ecological value, humanistic value, economic value, life value, to realize "people centered" indoor space environment sustainable design.
The main purpose of this course is to enable students to establish the interdisciplinary consciousness of "design + engineering", understand the relationship between indoor space and practical functions and the engineering requirements of realizing functional functions, establish the rigorous engineering consciousness and construction consciousness in design thinking; solve the logical relationship between space design and the needs of users, study the purpose, behavior and psychological needs of people in space, and cultivate students' ability to realize functional requirements in design.
At the same time, this course focuses on cultivating students 'basic design skills such as spatial form cognition, sense of scale, accurate engineering drawing and expression. The course will also cultivate students' teamwork and communication skills, as well as the ability to solve problems. It will give students the opportunity to lay a solid foundation in the field of interior design and lay a good foundation for their future study and work.
Interior design Ⅱ
"Interior design Ⅱ" is one of the core courses of environmental design major. As one of the series courses of interior design I,,,, it plays an important role in connecting the preceding and the following. Interior design series course from shallow deep system expounds the interior design "art + engineering + business + culture + science" systematic and cross, facing the future wisdom of urban and rural environment construction and industrial development demand, explore the good living environment of ecological value, humanistic value, economic value, life value, to realize "people centered" indoor space environment sustainable design.
The main purpose of this course is to enable students to establish the interdisciplinary consciousness of "design + business", establish the relationship between interior design and business model innovation, master the business thinking in design; face the future, meet the needs of a better life, for the purpose, take value creation as the core, explore new business forms; take "people" as the core, find the demand, create demand, explore new scenes of commercial consumption, and lead the innovation of interior design.
At the same time, this course focuses on cultivating students' ability of field research, literature review and design analysis, comprehensively using comprehensive research methods such as on-site coverage, interview records, questionnaire survey and network-based online data acquisition, and having the ability of data collection and collation, comprehensive information analysis and site analysis. Through the design training of this course, I can further master the professional knowledge of interior design, improve the design ability, and fully master the design expression methods and drawing skills.
Interior design Ⅲ
"Interior design Ⅲ" is one of the core courses of environmental design major. As one of the series of interior design I,,, courses, it plays an important role in connecting the preceding and the following. Interior design series course from shallow deep system expounds the interior design "art + engineering + business + culture + science" systematic and cross, facing the future wisdom of urban and rural environment construction and industrial development demand, explore the good living environment of ecological value, humanistic value, economic value, life value, to realize "people centered" indoor space environment sustainable design.
The main purpose of this course is to enable students to establish the interdisciplinary consciousness of "design + culture", Establish the relationship between interior design and culture, Master the cultural thinking in the design; Make the students understand the cultural characteristics of the interior design, Master the innovative and creative thinking and methods in interior design, endow the space with cultural and artistic skills through design; Make the students understand the culture-based design theory and principles, Understanding the ecosystem of culture, Understanding the meaning and function of cultural symbols, Improve the professional ability, artistic accomplishment, cultural taste and scientific accomplishment as interior design practitioners, Enhance the innovative consciousness of artistic creation; Grasp the practical ability of interior design, design performance ability, Master indoor engineering technology, technology and other scientific knowledge, Improve comprehensive design capability, Train students to design the sense of responsibility and mission to serve the socialist culture and carry forward the excellent traditional Chinese culture.
This course systematically expounds the relationship between design and culture, the design thinking based on culture, and the methods and paths of design and creation by applied culture. Make students master the complete design and creation ability of cultural phenomenon identification, cultural feature definition, refinement of symbolic elements, artistic creativity, and application and release.
Interior design Ⅳ
"Interior Design Ⅳ" is one of the core courses of environmental design major. As the last link of interior design I,,, series courses, it emphasizes comprehensive practice, innovation and creation, intelligent guidance, sustainable development and other important aspects, and is a challenging peak experience course. Interior design series course from shallow deep system expounds the interior design "art + engineering + business + culture + science" systematic and cross, facing the future wisdom of urban and rural environment construction and industrial development demand, explore the good living environment of ecological value, humanistic value, economic value, life value, realize "people centered" indoor space environment sustainable design.
The main purpose of this course is from the perspective of system science, make students master the core knowledge of interior design system of art, design, engineering, business, science, culture and other interrelated effect of knowledge system, and can be applied to interior design complex engineering solutions. Focusing on the empowerment of digital design, digital construction, artificial intelligence and other new technologies on environmental design, we will explore new forms of intelligent space design. Through the training of the course design, we can broaden the professional knowledge field, cultivate the comprehensive professional design ability of the course, and use scientific methods and means to have certain ability of environmental design scientific research and research.
This course to project driven teaching method, fusion knowledge and experience to reshape the core ability, strengthen the professional theory course and design practice course synergy, import the production practice of social demand project, reality, improve the core course of high order, innovative, challenging, help students will learn interior design principle and technology applied to the real project, and through practical experience, students can better understand the design concept, and exercise the ability to solve practical problems.
Display design
Using digital teaching resources, the course employs a blended learning approach that combines online and offline teaching. Through theoretical instruction, practical exercises, and case analyses, students gain an understanding of the fundamental principles and techniques of decoration design. The course emphasizes project-based learning, enabling students to solve real-world design problems through exploration, collaboration, and knowledge-sharing, resulting in the presentation of comprehensive interior decoration design solutions that are continually updated and improved. With a focus on cultivating students’ aesthetic awareness, appreciation, practical experience, and teamwork, the course aims to develop students into outstanding interior decoration designers with comprehensive skills and innovative abilities.
Digital design technology
From the current situation of urban and rural planning in China, there is an urgent need for a more scientific, comprehensive and rational planning approach in urban and rural planning to truly achieve integrated urban and rural planning. With the changing social environment, the development environment of urban and rural areas has also undergone continuous changes, which has increased the complexity and difficulty of urban and rural planning, resulting in many problems in urban and rural planning and construction. For example, urban and rural planning has placed too much emphasis on urban construction, while planning for regional industries, infrastructure, and rural areas has lagged behind. The lag between the two is increasingly aggravated with the improvement of economic level, resulting in a uneven situation. In addition, due to misconceptions about urban and rural planning, urban and rural planning efforts have focused too much on urban land planning rather than on planning for the urban and rural areas as a whole. These issues have led to the need for urban and rural planning to apply GIS technology. Not only that, but there are other issues in the overall urban and rural planning under the current situation that require the application of GIS technology. For example, data collection and processing, urban and rural planning involves not only the difficulty of data collection, but also the constant changes and development of data. Once the data update rate lags behind, it will adversely affect the results of urban and rural planning and increase the workload and cost of urban and rural planning. Moreover, the traditional manual collection and processing of data are more prone to errors. Therefore, it is also necessary to use GIS technology to provide scientific data support for urban and rural planning.
World architectural decoration style and genre
World Architectural Decoration Styles and Schools "is one of the professional restricted courses for environmental design majors. The teaching purpose is to enable students to understand the development history of world architectural decoration and the artistic characteristics of major styles and schools, master the design points, structural elements, representative figures, and other knowledge points of major architectural decoration styles and schools, so that students can grasp and express the characteristics of decoration styles and schools in environmental design.
The course combines the development history of world architecture, based on time clues and regional classification, and uses teaching methods such as case analysis, problem orientation, and group discussion to explain the world's architectural decoration styles and schools. Emphasis will be placed on teaching the main characteristics of representative architectural decoration styles and schools in different historical periods in China and the West, as well as the characteristics of architectural decoration styles and schools with typical regional cultural characteristics, including background knowledge, style characteristics, representative figures, etc. of the emergence of architectural decoration styles and schools.
Service design
Service design is a compulsory course for undergraduates majoring in environmental art design. The course combines theoretical teaching, discussion and design practice in the field of service to cultivate students' awareness and ability to discover, analyze, define and comprehensively solve problems.
Service design is a kind of thinking mode and design method. It is a design activity that takes the user as the center, collaborates with multi-stakeholders, and realizes the system innovation of service provision, process and contact through the comprehensive integration of elements innovation such as personnel, environment, facilities and information, so as to improve service experience, efficiency and value.
The course teaches service design concepts, elements, tools and methods of service design as well as case analysis and practice of service design. It cultivates students' service design thinking and skills, and applies them to comprehensive environmental design projects to master design principles, tools and methods for thinking about complex problems.
This course is a structured course that studies how to solve the problem of service to business, the relationship between service and people, and how to use the research methods in service design to carry out design practice. In the course, give full play to the leading idea of people-oriented, and take this as the theme to solve the design framework problems in service design.
Virtual reality and scene design
With the rise of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technology around the world, its application in our daily life is also increasing, which is of great significance for improving work efficiency and learning results. The task of this course is to introduce the theoretical basis and technical use of VR and AR technology step by step from the essence and application of VR and AR technology itself. Taking into account both theory and practical operation, students can master the basic knowledge and engineering foundation of VR/AR, have the ability to solve complex engineering problems in the design, operation and maintenance and engineering application of VR/AR systems, and be trained and improved in theoretical knowledge and practical operation skills.
Social innovation design
"Social Innovation Design" is a compulsory course for undergraduate students majoring in Environmental Design. It aims to cultivate students' social innovation thinking and design abilities, guiding them to solve social problems and promote social progress through design. This course will introduce the basic concepts, principles, and methods of social innovation, allowing students to understand the significance of social innovation and its role in solving real-world problems. The content of the course includes but is not limited to the following aspects:
Overview of Social Innovation: Introducing the definition, characteristics, and influence of social innovation. Students will understand the differences between social innovation and traditional innovation, as well as the positive role of social innovation in social and economic development.
Analysis of Social Problems: Through case studies and research practice, students will learn how to identify and analyze social problems, understand the root causes and influencing factors behind the problems. Students will learn to use various research methods and tools to gain in-depth understanding of the current situation and challenges in their fields of interest.
Innovative Design Thinking: Guiding students to apply innovative thinking to problem-solving from multiple perspectives and propose feasible solutions. Students will learn to use design thinking tools such as brainstorming, user personas, and storyboards to develop innovative viewpoints and concepts.
Social Innovation Practice: Through team collaboration projects, students will have the opportunity to apply the knowledge they have learned to practical social innovation projects. They will collaborate with non-governmental organizations, social enterprises, or public institutions to solve specific social problems and propose innovative solutions.
Sustainable Development and Ethics: Emphasizing the connection between social innovation and sustainable development goals, exploring the impact of innovative design on economic, social, and environmental sustainability. At the same time, the course will guide students to reflect on ethical issues, ensuring that their designs comply with moral standards and social values.
This course cultivates students' comprehensive qualities and innovation abilities through various teaching methods such as theoretical lectures, case analysis, workshops, and practical projects. Students will gradually improve their ability to solve social problems and promote social innovation through participation in discussions, group collaborations, and individual assignments.
3、Practice Courses
Introduction

Art sketching practice
Art painting practice is a required practical class of digital media art major, aims to cultivate the students' comprehensive quality and ability of a form, through its training course to develop the ability to keen observation and capture object, learn to use the language of painting to reproduce the objective things, make students understand and know natural beauty, further improve the artistic and aesthetic ability.
Art investigation and innovative design practice
The teaching of the Art Investigation and Innovative Design Practice course mainly consists of three parts: basic theoretical teaching, art investigation and research, and course design practice.
The course focuses on the cultivation of basic qualities and design application abilities, combining theoretical teaching, investigation and research, and design practice teaching. It emphasizes professional diversity, breaks the boundaries of professional direction, and strengthens the connection with professional courses. The course fully utilizes the artistic investigation of ethnic and folk cultural resources and combines it with professional teaching, allowing students to understand the basic characteristics of various arts such as ethnic and folk culture. It applies cultural and artistic elements to professional design, forming a combination of diverse art and modern design.
Design understanding and research
Design knowledge and research is to let students go out of school, on-site visits, interviews, the object for a regional cultural heritage, travel agencies or design agencies, to understand their background and business trends, collection of photos and text information; By referring to the domestic and foreign research status-papers, literature or successful design cases, analysis of its business model and audience, and how to reflect the current value. Let students understand its basic artistic features, and artistic features, operating mode, cutting-edge technology and so on, applied to professional design, training students to form a diverse design style, for the follow-up courses can be designed to create innovative design work to lay the foundation..
Graduation project (thesis)
Graduation design is the summary and improvement of students' four years of study in school, which can comprehensively and deeply test the knowledge and comprehensive quality. Students combine theory with practice through graduation design and social practice, or explore and create topics according to their majors, so as to further improve their professional quality and practical ability and consolidate their design ability and theoretical level during the whole process of graduation design. Improve communication skills, relearning ability and adaptability to prepare for entering the society.
In the form of graduation design, the pursuit of traditional and modern integration, the method of expression requires the combination of art and technology, and the style reflects the combination of nationality, times and personality. Students can give full play to their strengths under the reasonable principle according to the topic selection, and fully display the content of graduation design.